Dr. Marwa Daoudy is a lecturer at the political science department of the Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies (Geneva). She was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania and a post-doctoral researcher at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London and the Centre for International Studies and Research in Paris (Sciences Po, CNRS). She is also a consultant in international affairs for international organizations and the private sector. She is an author of, among others, The Water Divide between Iraq, Syria and Turkey, Security, Negotiation and Power Asymmetry, CNRS Editions (Paris, 2005), and Transboundary Water Cooperation as a Tool for Conflict Prevention and Broader Benefit-Sharing, co-authored with Phillips, McCaffrey, Öjendal & Turton (Stockholm: Ministry for Foreign Affairs Expert Group on Development Issues, 2006).
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